This young girl is close to a blank slate! She is relatively lightly raced with only 14 starts. She had 5 seconds and a third in those starts but has not broken her maiden. Rose Candy came up slightly sore after her last race and when X-rays were taken a small knee chip was found in the upper joint. The vet feels she has an excellent prognosis (which is often the case with upper joint chips). She went to the farm for 30 days of turnout and has move recently been swimming at the track. Her trainer reports she was good in turnout at the farm and enjoys going to the pool. She said she is quiet to work with but occasionally can be distracted, likely due to her age. She would probably benefit (like all horses coming off the track) from turnout time. At only 3 years old, she will continue to grow and fill out so she could be an option for a taller rider. She has a nice, solid build and is put together well. She does not have any vices. She is by Sidney’s Candy out of a Corinthian mare.
Contact: Adrianne D’Alessandro 585-281-1810
As always, a pre-purchase veterinary exam is recommended.